Raiffeisen has responded to the growing popularity of mobile banking by asking Liip to give its existing online banking website a ‘responsive’ makeover.
Once content with being able to manage their finances from the comfort of their own home, more and more people now want to access their bank accounts no matter where they are.
The Liip development team used an agile process to give the 10-year-old website a total technology upgrade as well as a contemporary, clean and user-friendly design that was created by Namics.
User experience no longer simply amounts to clicking through page after page. Thanks to the latest technologies, users enjoy superb interaction no matter what their device (smartphone, tablet, large screens etc.). With their open-source toolkit of AngularJS, Bootstrap, Grunt and Less, the developers conquered the project's many technical challenges.
Two of the website's functions specifically leverage the capabilities of mobile devices. Customers can settle paper bills by simply photographing the paying-in slip, while PhotoTAN allows them to log in safely and securely even when they are on the go.
Once again, agile software development and rigorous quality assurance proved to be a winning formula. The fully automated test environment meant that the Raiffeisen test team were able to check and review the quality and stability of the online banking solution at every single stage of its development. As a result, the online banking solution complies with all the requisite banking standards.
Since it went online on 29 September, Raiffeisen's new eBanking system has already been accessed over 1 million times